There is a parking lot area beside the rookery and an information table. There are workers there if you have questions. We were there in early June and the beach was loaded with elephant seals. We enjoyed just watching them flip sand on their backs, wiggle around and sometimes they would fight with each other. The sign posted there said that not long ago, elephant seals were endangered, but their numbers have increased to about 15,000.
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